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Although most people are good candidates for corrective eye surgery, some should not undergo treatment or it may seriously impair their vision. For this reason, you should discuss having surgery at length with your doctor who should advise you of any risks and evaluate your situation to insure surgery is safe for you. In rare cases your vision could become severely impaired, so it is important to get a thorough evaluation and disclose all health issues to your doctor. Other risks include fuzzy vision, irritation of dry eye syndrome and loss of clearness of vision.
Being about to see without aid of contacts or glasses is wonderful! Imagine waking up and being able to see beyond end of your bed? There are many everyday benefits to having your vision restoned. Without having glasses or contacts in way, it is much easier to be active and play sports. Plus you’ll never have to worry about breaking or misplacing your glasses or contacts or incur yearly expense for new prescriptions.
Obviously, you should take any procedure involving your eyes very seriously. Make sure you put a lot of consideration into procedure and doctor you want to restore your vision.
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